Homefront World War 2
Led by two members of our staff, our Home Front days offer an insight into the life of an evacuee in the early days of the second World War for groups of up to 36 children. The day is a mixture of talks, demonstrations, and hands-on activities. The children will hear from their evacuation co-ordinator about the process of evacuation and what they might have to expect and the ways in which life is going to change. From the local ARP warden, they will learn about gas mask drill, practice what to do during an air raid and how to deal with incendiary bombs!
Learning about the life of a an evacuee…
NB. Schools pay a 25% deposit on ALL bookings
Life during war
Discover what life was like for other children during WW2